I don't even know what to say about this book. I'm a big fan of Dean Koontz and some of his books. In this one Koontz delves into the mind of a coma patient who is fighting an internal battle with forces of evil. And yet the battle is totally internal.
I thought about this book for weeks afterward, which is a marker of a good book. I don't know that I enjoyed reading it as much as I've enjoyed some of his others. My favorites are From the Corner of His Eye and Odd Thomas. Ashley Bell didn't make it on the list, probably because of the strong sci-fi theme.